Natural exfoliators & organic peels

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  1. ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND EXFOLIATING PEEL
    Special Price €20.99 Regular Price €29.99
    (€419.80 / 1 l)
    Incl. 19% VAT
  2. ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND FRUIT ACID EXFOLIANT
    Special Price €20.99 Regular Price €29.99
    (€699.67 / 1 l)
    Incl. 19% VAT
  3. ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND PEELING POWDER
    Special Price €24.99 Regular Price €34.99
    (€833.00 / 1 kg)
    Incl. 19% VAT
  4. DADO SENS PURDERM Cleansing Mask
    Special Price €13.99 Regular Price €19.99
    (€279.80 / 1 l)
    Incl. 19% VAT
  5. Croll & Denecke Loofah ca. 10cm
    Special Price €1.43 Regular Price €1.99
    (€1.43 / 1 Pc)
    Incl. 19% VAT
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Natural exfoliators & organic peels for evenly beautiful skin

Peelings remove dead skin cells from the upper horny layer and promote blood circulation. At the same time, they help the skin to better absorb care products such as day or night cream. Peelings are based on gels or creams, e.g., ANNEMARIE Exfoliate Peel, but there are also peeling soaps such as Clémence et Vivien Peeling Natural Soap "Le Geko". With the help of our practical navigation, you have the possibility to filter out the right peeling for your skin type.

How often should I use a scrub?

Peeling should not be used every day. After all, there is a good reason why the top layer of skin thickens: the keratinisation protects the skin above all from stimuli such as UV rays and environmental influences. The only exception is the ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND Peeling Powder, which can be used every day.

Using a mild facial scrub once a week as a supplement to daily facial cleansing is perfectly fine and sufficient. When using an exfoliating gel, soap or cream, it is important to avoid the sensitive area around the eyes and to give the skin enough time to regenerate between exfoliating applications.

Peeling without microplastics

Peelings from the natural cosmetics sector are free of any microbeads. Microbeads are tiny, artificial plastic particles that dissolve and enter the oceans via waste water, thus becoming a danger to fish.